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Wednesday, 25th June, 2014 4:56pm
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Get a true taste of Meath

Oldbridge House near Drogheda will be the venue for a Taste of Meath this weekend.

Get a true taste of Meath

Oldbridge House near Drogheda will be the venue for a Taste of Meath this weekend.

The Artisan Food Producers of Meath, in conjunction with the Boyne Valley Food Series, have come together to present a 'Taste of Meath' for the first time this coming weekend.

The event will be taking place this Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th June at Oldbridge House at the Battle of the Boyne Site, outside Drogheda, from 12 noon to 5pm on both days.

'Taste of Meath' will showcase some of the best the county has to offer, including Big Red Kitchen, which recently featured with chef Neven Maguire on 'The Saturday Night Show', Burke's Farm Ice Cream, Boyne Valley Blue Cheese and award-winning camelina and rapseed oil from Newgrange Gold.

With such a wide array of natural produce, Taste of Meath will have chefs doing some mouth-watering cookery demonstrations throughout both days. The Artisan Producers have acknowledged the sponsorhip of Tankardstown House and the Cusack Group as main sponsors, as well as JM Food Services,Jack Cody’s,The Headfort Arms Hotel, Meade Potato Company, Meath Partnership, Newgrange Gold and McCormack's Family Farm.

With over 5,000 people expected to be at Oldbridge House over the weekend, the advice to visitors is to come early. Admission is free with the promise of a great day out for all the family.

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